Adams State Art News

“The View From Here” to open in the Cloyde Snook Gallery

An opening reception is scheduled from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday, September 1, in the Art Building. Continue Reading…

Adams State offers special courses in photography

Photographing the Monumental Landscape will be held for four full days, from October 7 through October 10 at the Northern New Mexico Ghost Ranch. Continue Reading…

Adams State senior art majors exhibit their work

A closing reception for Everything In Between and Unknown begins at 4 p.m. Friday, May 13, in the Art Building. The event is free and open to the public. Continue Reading…

No Holds Barred: An Evening of Performance Art is May 3 and 4

Featuring performances by art, music, and theatre students, audiences should expect entertainment that is engaging, controversial, whimsical, personal, political, and more. Continue Reading…

Get your art on

“We do welcome everyone to take all three art classes, if they have the time and inclination.” Continue Reading…

Tableaux:__________ exhibit opens March 30

The Adams State Hatfield Gallery will host Art Across Campus, featuring artwork from faculty and staff, from March 30 until April 28. Continue Reading…

Intimate Strangers artist lecture is February 18

Watson, a mixed-media artist and educator, combines interests in the figure, found objects, and text as visual material. Continue Reading…

Return of the Corn Mothers featured in the ASU Hatfield Gallery

The Return of the Corn Mothers is a traveling photographic/oral history exhibition of women from the Southwest who embody the spirit of community. Continue Reading…

ASU Faculty Lecture will cover the significance of flag design

Eriksen said good flag design must effectively represent an entire nation or region to the rest of the world and flags are living designs that come alive when hoisted and blown by the wind. Continue Reading…

Knocking on the Veil artist lecture is February 12

Trained originally as a ceramicist, Palmer uses a variety of processes and materials including fabric, steel, sound and wood. Continue Reading…

Pijoan works to restore Richardson Hall murals

“I turned many clean, white rags black wiping off the mural. By the time I finished the bucket and my hands smelled of ashes.” Continue Reading…

Harvest the Day opens November 13

While my work addresses serious topics it is also meant to be humorous, which is evident in the absurd exaggeration of the situations I present, as well as my penchant for incongruous juxtapositions. Continue Reading…

Adams State Haunted House will attract screams

Navigate your way through heart pounding terror in the former nuclear bomb shelter, the Art Building. Continue Reading…

Brazilian photographer to exhibit at Adams State University

It is in capturing people, snapping at the very moment of a glance, a gesture, an expression, that continues to spark his interest. Continue Reading…

The Collaboration Project reception is October 2

“I wanted to involve a mix of styles that would come together as one,” Schilling said. Continue Reading…

Adams State will host a Spanish Film Festival in September

Celebrating the New Wave of Ibero American Cinema, Adams State University will host a Spanish Film Festival in September. Continue Reading…

BOUNCE to open in the Cloyde Snook Gallery

“BOUNCE” opens August 31 and continues through September 24. Continue Reading…

First Friday Art Hop will feature collaborate project between SLV Behavioral Health and Art Department

Toman said: “My clients were given the opportunity to explore a creative outlet and learn skills that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.” Continue Reading…

Adams State art students’ exhibition continues through May 15

“I feel that creating this body of work is important because the paintings show a narrative about an important social issue of which many may not be aware.” Continue Reading…

ASU professor receives US Citizenship

"...I have lived in six different countries and I realized that the United States is my home.” Continue Reading…

Experience the heat and excitement during a bronze pour

There will be flaming black powder drawings and live music leading up to the main event – pouring 2100 F molten bronze in the dark. Continue Reading…

Graduate Art Student Little will exhibit thesis in Snook Gallery

The thesis body of work, Giant Rock, 1999, reflects Little’s experience growing up and going to college in the desert in California. Continue Reading…

Photography students exchange exhibition with Malone Campus

“The Art Department works hard to help our students build skills that will be important in their professional lives and exhibiting is a big part of that." Continue Reading…

The ASU Cloyde Snook Gallery features prints by Smelser

When asked about her work, Smelser often says it is about an abstract sensibility. Continue Reading…

Adams State establishes 15-credit requirement for full-time status

Adams State University undergraduate students must now enroll in 15 credit hours per semester to be considered full-time, effective for the fall 2015 semester. Continue Reading…

Women’s Voices in Art opens in Hatfield Gallery on February 16

“Being from the valley myself, I really think it is important to acknowledge local artists. Women's Week is a perfect time to honor our local female artists.” Continue Reading…

McCoy’s latest ceramic sculptures will be on display in the Cloyde Snook Gallery

McCoy’s figures appear in a trance-like state of daydream absorbed by fanciful journeys, and are propelled into imaginative journeys as well as lives of personal completeness. Continue Reading…

Adams State art faculty invited artists to exhibit

He is a master of assemblage art and I believe the ASU and SLV communities will really enjoy experiencing his artwork. Continue Reading…

Transformation captures the power and beauty of the 2013 fires

Ravens and Doell said their goal is to give the viewer a sense of wonderment in the burn alongside its sheer destruction. Continue Reading…

Gemstone collection donated to Adam State Art Dept.

"These gifts have created a flurry of excitement and interest for the jewelry program and students. Students will benefit for years to come." Continue Reading…